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Horse Fair, Rugeley

This view of a street market and fair was taken in Horse Fair by the junction with Sandy Lane in Rugeley. All of the buildings including the corrugated iron Mission church (in the centre) and the thatched ...

Hospital Saturday market stall outside the Guildhall, Newcastle-under-Lyme

A stall raising funds for Hospital Saturday, situated at the back of the Guildhall. At the time many hospitals, including the North Staffordshire Infirmary and Eye Hospital at Hartshill were supported ...

Hospital Saturday, Market Place, Uttoxeter

People and stalls in Market Place, Uttoxeter, on Hospital Saturday 1909.

Indoor Market, Cheadle

The Market Hall in Cheadle Market Square was built in 1899.

John of Gaunts's Gate, Tutbury Castle

John of Gaunt's Gate stands at the north east corner of the castle. Its inner parts date to the early 14th century, the rest is 15th century. Tutbury Castle is first mentioned in 1071, when it was ...

Jubilee Day Celebrations, Cattle Market, Leek

A large group of children sing hymns in the Cattle Market to celebrate Queen Victoria's Golden Jubilee. On the same day the Pickwood Recreation Ground was opened and 5000 schoolchildren were 'entertained ...

Leek Market

A view of stalls at Leek Market, looking towards The Black's Head Hotel.

Lichfield - Market House: sepia drawing

'The Market house at Lichfield,' taken from the corner of the birth-place of Dr. Johnson. Artist: J. C. Buckler.

Lichfield - Market Place: engraving

'Dean Denton's Market Cross.' Showing an octagonal pulpit, supported by eight pillars, with statues at the corners of the palisade, and a market bell. Below are the stocks. 'C. Pye sculp., [engraved]'...

Lichfield - Market Place: sepia drawing (vignetted)

'The Statue of Dr. Samuel Johnson in the Market Place at Lichfield. Presented by James Thomas Law, Chancellor of the Diocese, August 1838.' Showing half of the front of the statue, and the columned ...

Lichfield - Market Place: sepia wash drawing

'Market place, Lichfield. 1788.' Showing the Market Cross with classical arches (two on each side) and a pump house to the left. Anonymous, [? in the style of Stringer.]

Lichfield - Market Place: tracing

'An unfinished draft of the Market House, Lichfield. British Museum, Nov. 3. 1836, Harl. MSS. 2043. Art. 8 (24).' Showing an octagonal pulpit, supported by eight pillars, with statues at the corners ...

Lichfield - The Exchange: steel engraving (vignetted)

'The Exchange, Lichfield.' Showing a building of the Gothic revival with an arcade. 'Shaw, del., [drawn]; Nevitt, sc., [engraved]; Published by T. G. Lomax,' [c.1850]

Lichfield Market, Lichfield

In 1135 King Stephen granted a charter to Bishop Durdent to hold a market in the new town of Lichfield. Markets have been held here ever since.

Livestock Market, Eccleshall

Cut flower sales at Eccleshall Livestock market in the late 1970s. The auction yard is now the site of the Market Fields housing estate.

Longnor Market Hall

The Market Hall was built by Sir John Harpur Crewe in 1873. Above the doorway can be seen the table of tolls payable at Longnor markets and fairs. It was converted to a Parish Hall in 1931. It is now ...

Longton Market from Transport Lane

This photograph was taken from halfway along Transport Lane (formerly called Market Lane) with Market Street at the bottom. One of the six entrances to the Public Market is seen through the gate in the ...

Market and Town Hall, Stoke-on-Trent: lithograph

'East Front of the Intended New Market and Town Hall, Stoke-Upon-Trent, Dedicated to the Subscribers,' [built 1834-5]. Showing the elevation of the east front. A classical building with a central portico ...